Tag: Lord Vishnu
Story of Holi – Festival Of Colors
Holi – The Festival Of Colors celebrated in every part of India has its significance in term of its history and rituals, It signifies victory of good over evil as stated in the various religious literature. India is full of...
The Underlying symbolism of the Samudra Manthan
Samudra manthan or Ksheera Sagara Mathanam, Churning of the Ocean of Milk is one of the most famous episodes in Hindu mythology. The story appears in the Bhagavata Purana, the Mahabharata and the Vishnu Purana, and explains the origin of...
20 Most Interesting Facts About Holi Festival
Holi - The Festival of Colours is a popular Hindu Spring festival observed around the world. Holi is a time when humans and nature shake off the gloom of winter and rejoice in the colors of spring.
1,000-Year-Old Hindu Temple Excavated In Bangladesh
A rare Vishnu temple with a unique ‘nava-ratha’ architecture has been excavated at Madhabgaon village in Kaharol upazila of the northern district of Dinajpur by a team of archaeologists from Jahangirnagar University.
Daitya Sudan Temple: Attempt Of Conversion To Mosque
Daitya Sudan Temple is a Vishnu temple dated to the Chalukya Dynasty which ruled Central and Southern India between the 6th and 12th centuries.
The Rock-Cut Cave Temples Of Badami
The Badami is noted for its beautiful carved cave temples, artificial lake, Museme & rock-cut into the cliff face of a red sandstone hill, of the 6th & 7th Centuries.
Bateshwar – An Archaeological Site Consisting Of 200 Ancient Temples
Bateshwar is not home to only a solitary temple but the temples here form a giant jigsaw puzzle with its pieces scattered over 10 acres of a hill slope.
Gwalior Fort – India’s most impregnable fortress
The Rajputs, Marathas, Mughals, British, Muslim rulers, Sikhs and some more may have played out their roles in India’s rich history, but they all seem to have a unique common link to a city in central India – Gwalior. The...
Rock Cut Mountain Statue of Lord Narasimha
In the Lalitpur district of Uttar Pradesh is the ancient village of Dudhai, which is home to an astounding Statue of Lord Narasimha . Cut into the rock face of a hillside way off the beaten track, relatively few pilgrims...
Kalaripayattu – Mother of all Martial Arts
Martial arts are often attributed to South-east Asian countries, namely China, Japan and Korea. However few people know that the idea of martial arts originated in a least expected part of the world. The region is none another than the...